Posts Tagged: 2000

"Untitled (Project for The Andy Warhol Museum)" by Alex Bag
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TV/Voyeur

Freebasing TeleVision culture. Videos by Alex Bag, Michel Auder, Jennifer Reeder, Animal Charm, Maura Jasper.

"Untitled (Project for The Andy Warhol Museum)" by Alex Bag
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TV/Voyeur

Freebasing TeleVision culture. Videos by Alex Bag, Michel Auder, Jennifer Reeder, Animal Charm, Maura Jasper.

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SEXUALITY MALFUNCTIONED

(Performance) Anxiety, ambivalence, anticipation.

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SEXUALITY MALFUNCTIONED

(Performance) Anxiety, ambivalence, anticipation.

Broken Music poster
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BROKEN MUSIC

Musical instruments are destroyed and technology is applied in peculiar ways. These de- compositions are made for video by both contemporary and historical figures, with a nod to Jimi Hendrix and the Fluxus movement.

Broken Music poster
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BROKEN MUSIC

Musical instruments are destroyed and technology is applied in peculiar ways. These de- compositions are made for video by both contemporary and historical figures, with a nod to Jimi Hendrix and the Fluxus movement.

Flyer
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PLAYGIARISM

“This program includes some of the most intriguing recent and historical works [of found footage collage films]” – The Village Voice

Flyer
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PLAYGIARISM

“This program includes some of the most intriguing recent and historical works [of found footage collage films]” – The Village Voice

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Other Screenings at Pratt

The Pratt Film Series was a weekly program dedicated to showing work not easily accessible to the public and to forging ties across disciplines including performance, music, painting, sculpture, animation, theater, and architecture. Over the course of three years, Suparak presented work from 18 countries, spanning nearly the history of cinema, as well as guest filmmakers and performers, traveling film and music festivals, and collaborations with other New York City venues.

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Other Screenings at Pratt

The Pratt Film Series was a weekly program dedicated to showing work not easily accessible to the public and to forging ties across disciplines including performance, music, painting, sculpture, animation, theater, and architecture. Over the course of three years, Suparak presented work from 18 countries, spanning nearly the history of cinema, as well as guest filmmakers and performers, traveling film and music festivals, and collaborations with other New York City venues.